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Chapter Ten, Part 4
Since the Destruction, the spiritual quality of earth's waters has changed
Chapter Ten, Part 3
Kabbalah details the traits of the various types of irrigation
Chapter Ten, Part 2
Kabbalah details the various supernal sources of rain in the Land of Israel.
Our source of sustenance is neither regular nor predictable. It does not well up from a channel grooved in the earth, nor is it treaded up from a hole in the ground. Our eyes are forever trained upward, in hope and expectation, and in faith . . .
On the difference between Egypt and the Holy Land, and the inner significance of the Plague of Hail
The calendar is more than a measure of time; it is a cycle that charts our inner life and our relationship with our Creator.
Where is the world’s most ordinary place? A fifteen days’ journey from Jerusalem, in a field on the banks of the Euphrates.
As in a marriage, when the wedding-party is over, the couple's true intimate life begins. Shemini Atzeret is described as the "time of intimacy with the Divine." At this time, we ask for rain - the symbol of intimacy between heaven and earth.
And Why Some People Love Eating in a Wet Sukkah
If sitting in the sukkah bothers you, like in wet weather, you can leave and eat inside the house.Nevertheless, many people refuse to eat outside of the sukkah. When you understand what the sukkah is, you'll see why.
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